You're being silly, Bush didn't cause the wave. He did however, cause the war that is keeping 150,000 of our troops from helping out with its effects. That's the same war that's costing us over 200 billion dollars, which by the way is 250 times the initial aid pledge of our (benevolent) nation. That's where the true disaster lies, having made prevoius stupid decisions that render you incapable of acting when it really counts.
Of course, you'd most likely file this under "Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaa" somewhere, but rest assured what I am saying actually has some validity. The "But Bush didn't know the wave was coming," arguement holds no water either, because the prudence involved in being a real leader encompasses both knowing when to act and when not to. Being a marionette involves no desicion-making skills whatsoever.
Boss, unless you come back with something close to a valid point, you won't get another response from me. Have a nice time picking on other people who have differring opinions.
Happy New Year,
P.S. If you would like to read a real Iraqi's point of view on Bush's decision for war, try:
She says it better than I ever could.
This post was modified by Jacobus Ichiro on 2005-01-05 11:49:18
Mr Jacobus sir your points hold no water.The hate you have for this man is the only factor that comes through.I do respect you and anyone with criticism on any of our leaders but when such minds are clouded with hate thats when I tend to make comments such as "waaaaaaa" for this I am sorry.I happen to work in Washington D.C.and have friend on both side of the aisle and respect their views.Calling our leader names lets me and many others know we made the right choice last November.Its time for you to let go of the hate and accept that he is our leader....
This post was modified by Boss on 2005-01-05 15:34:20
I think you mistake my desire for something better as hatred. This is simply not so. I also accept that he is our president and that the masses in the center of our country voted for him. The only thing I hate is the misery that is unfolding because of his decisions.
I urge you to accept that this nation is deeply divided. And also that encouraging those on the opposite side of the fence to leave if they don't agree is neither democratic nor civil.
I've never called the president names. I do openly question his motives.